Mary Theofanos, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Joseph Trella, Truestone
V.N. Venkatakrishnan, University of Illinois at Chicago
Daniel Weitzner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Geoff Willcher, Bellevue College
Jeannette Wing, National Science Foundation
Irene Wu, Federal Communications Commission
Lenore Zuck, National Science Foundation
Mary Ellen Zurko, IBM
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